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We’d like to wish Stephen King a very happy birthday today by highlighting some of his most memorable movie moments. The now 68-year-old author has inspired many great and some not-so-great adaptations and original works, and we look forward to many more. 

King’s first published novel, Carrie, was also the first of his works to become a movie, which was directed by Brian De Palma. We can probably thank King… Continue reading Celebrate Stephen King's Birthday with These Great Movie Moments

This week the red carpet has taken a quirky turn. With stars stepping out intending to shock. Over on the red carpet for the 2015 Logo Trailblazer Honors event Kelly Osbourne and Raven Simone rocked some left field styles choices…checkout Raven’s Cape.

Mad Max: Fury Road arrives in theaters this week and it is, by all accounts, spectacular. But that’s expected. It’s only the fourth film in a series built on spectacular moments. Director George Miller is a mastermind of cinematic chaos and surely his years away from the wasteland have made him hungry to impress us all over again.

And he’s certainly impressed… Continue reading The 10 Greatest 'Mad Max' Moments

One look around New York’s Beacon Theatre this past Saturday night told you it wasn’t just another night at the Beacon. To close the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, much of the cast and crew of Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas reunited for a remastered screening of the film followed by a Q&A (hosted by The Daily Show‘s Jon Stewart) featuring Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Lorraine Bracco… Continue reading The 5 Best Moments from the 'Goodfellas' Anniversary Reunion Screening

The Golden Globes have wrapped, but we still have plenty to divulge from backstage at Sunday’s ceremony. Winners including J.K. Simmons, Billy Bob Thornton, and Patricia Arquette fielded burning questions from journalists in the press room. Read on to see what they said:

J.K Simmons (winner — Best Supporting Actor, Motion Picture) addressed his approach to working on his craft (it’s very unlike that of his character in Whiplash, Fletcher) and what